European Network of Myeloma Patient Groups (Myeloma Euronet)
Réseau européen de groupes de de patients atteints du myélome multiple
Red Europea de Grupos de Ayuda para Pacientes con Mieloma
Europäisches Netzwerk von Myelom-Patientengruppen
A Rede Europeia Dos Grupos de Doentes Afectados do Mieloma Múltiplo
Rete Europea di Gruppi di Assistenza per Pazienti Affetti da Mieloma Multiplo
Evropska sit' Organizaci Sdruzujicich Pacienty s Mnohocetnym Myelomem
Europejska Siec Grup Pacjentów Chorych na Spzpiczaka
Miyelom Hastalari Grubu Avrupa Ag
Regeaua Europeana a Pacientilor cu Mielom
2005-06-03 Stockholm Sweden
3 Jun 2005, Stockholm (Sweden), at 10th Congress of D-XD3631 - European Hematology Association (EHA). Registered in accordance with Belgian law. As of 2012 in dissolution following merger with H-XM1564 - European Myeloma Platform (EMP), to become D-XJ5786 - Myeloma Patients Europe (MPE), Oct 2011.
Raise awareness of multiple myeloma, a form of bone marrow cancer.
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